Like many entities, Columbus artists and arts organizations are grappling with the rapid changes brought on by the coronavirus outbreak. While in-person gatherings have been canceled this spring, many artists are turning to virtual classes, concerts, exhibitions and other avenues. 

 

Keep your lives enriched with the arts and support local museums, musicians, theater companies, dancers and other artists at the same time! Find a variety of arts and education resources here: 

 

virtual arts experinecesAnd here are a few virtual ideas and events from Columbus arts organizations! 

 

  • GROOVE U music university offers classes in music composition and production through a new program called The Woodshed 

  • Experience nature virtually through Franklin Park Conservatory’s virtual tours and classes 

  • Songs at the Center, the popular songwriter showcase recorded at locations like the McConnell Arts Center, the Davidson Theatre, and the Lincoln Theatre, posted full episodes you can watch for free 

  • Watch ProMusica Chamber Orchestra’s Virtual Family Concert online 

 

virtual arts experiencesKeep up with the more virtual arts events through the Greater Columbus Arts Council’s regularly updated page at ColumbusMakesArt.com/Virtual